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Psychology 4E AU & NZ + Psychology 4E AU & NZ iStudy Version 2 with CyberPsych Card

Psychology 4E AU & NZ + Psychology 4E AU & NZ iStudy Version 2 with CyberPsych Card

Lorelle J. Burton

ISBN: 978-0-730-31549-0

256 pages

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Building on the success of the market-leading and award-winning previous editions, Psychology: 4th Australian and New Zealand Edition has been thoroughly updated to provide comprehensive coverage of contemporary local and international data, research and examples in the dynamic field of psychology. A key strength of the text and its extensive online accompanying resources continues to be its integrated coverage of cross-cultural and indigenous psychology, a requirement for the professional accreditation of Psychology degree programs. The text and its associated resources are ideal for both Psychology majors and those taking only a one-semester study of Psychology.

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Chapter 1 Psychology: The study of mental processes and behaviour
Chapter 2 Research methods in psychology
Chapter 3 Biological bases of mental life and behaviour
Chapter 4 Sensation and perception
Chapter 5 Consciousness
Chapter 6 Learning
Chapter 7 Memory
Chapter 8 Thought and Language
Chapter 9 Intelligence
Chapter 10 Motivation and emotion
Chapter 11 Personality
Chapter 12 Physical and cognitive development
Chapter 13 Social development
Chapter 14 Health, stress, and coping
Chapter 15 Psychological disorders
Chapter 16 Treatment of psychological disorders
Chapter 17 Attitudes and social cognition
Chapter 18 Interpersonal processes
Chapter 19 Cross-cultural and indigenous psychologChapter 1 Psychology: The study of mental processes and behaviour
Chapter 2 Research methods in psychology
Chapter 3 Biological bases of mental life and behaviour
Chapter 4 Sensation and perception
Chapter 5 Consciousness
Chapter 6 Learning
Chapter 7 Memory
Chapter 8 Thought and Language
Chapter 9 Intelligence
Chapter 10 Motivation and emotion
Chapter 11 Personality
Chapter 12 Physical and cognitive development
Chapter 13 Social development
Chapter 14 Health, stress, and coping
Chapter 15 Psychological disorders
Chapter 16 Treatment of psychological disorders
Chapter 17 Attitudes and social cognition
Chapter 18 Interpersonal processes
Chapter 19 Cross-cultural and indigenous psychology
Chapter 1 Psychology: The study of mental processes and behaviour
Chapter 2 Research methods in psychology
Chapter 3 Biological bases of mental life and behaviour
Chapter 4 Sensation and perception
Chapter 5 Consciousness
Chapter 6 Learning
Chapter 7 Memory
Chapter 8 Thought and Language
Chapter 9 Intelligence
Chapter 10 Motivation and emotion
Chapter 11 Personality
Chapter 12 Physical and cognitive development
Chapter 13 Social development
Chapter 14 Health, stress, and coping
Chapter 15 Psychological disorders
Chapter 16 Treatment of psychological disorders
Chapter 17 Attitudes and social cognition
Chapter 18 Interpersonal processes
Chapter 19 Cross-cultural and indigenous psychology
 
  • 25% more Australian and New Zealand content (examples, statistics, and research) throughout the text.
  • New and updated Commentary boxed features in each chapter by leading academics encourage students to extend their thinking on topical issues.
  • New and updated One Step Further boxed featuresin each chapter by leading academics provide more advancedcoverage of specific topics.
  • Coverage of DSM-5, including a discussion of the controversies surrounding the recent update of this classification and diagnostic tool for mental health disorders.
  • Concept Maps open each chapter, outlining the key psychological topics and concepts to be explored.
  • From Brain to Behaviour boxed features show how psychology is situated between the nervous system and our cultural experience.
  • Ethical Dilemmas stimulate critical thinking by providing students with examples of potentially challenging situations commonly faced in psychology.